After eight years of conflict, the war-torn area of Abu Ghraib, once considered the bread-basket of Iraq, is rebounding thanks to the cooperative efforts between local farmers, the University of Baghdad Abu Ghraib Agricultural College and the United States. Sgt. 1st Class Karry James tells us about a program that is furthering progress in transforming the area from a high-violence, high risk area to one on the verge of peace and economic stability.
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